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Fiji’s military government to lift state of emergency after no ‘threat to nation’ found

A state of emergency, imposed in Fiji last month to prevent the Pacific island nation’s former premier from provoking unrest, will be lifted Saturday because the ousted leader poses no threat, the military-led government said. Emergency rule was imposed in September after Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase, who was deposed in a coup in December 2006, returned to the capital Suva from eight months in exile. The military regime claimed Qarase wanted to destabilize Fiji. Full Story

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